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the president today. >> reporter: let's be clear, this is just a blatant push by the president to get more people to sign up for obamacare before sunday's deadline. now, in our area, in particular, it's the east bay in oakland where the white house says 134,000 people who are eligible for healthcare simply have not signed up. so today local news anchors walked in and met with the president. >> how are you, allen? >> mr. president, fine. good to see you. >> welcome. >> reporter: the president is pushing 20 cities two in california including oakland to rise to his challenge and sign up more people for the affordable care act. >> seven out of ten they are going to be able to get health insurance good quality insurance for 75 bucks a month. now, that means that they could get health insurance for less than their cell phone bill. >> reporter: oakland's being targeted because it's lagging behind in registering participants in obamacare. >> there are people in oakland
who have a legitimate argument, i think, when they say, look, gentrification is real in oakland now. tech companies are moving in. i can barely afford a roof over my head and food. how am i supposed to afford healthcare even if it's through obamacare? >> i'm saying that if you get sick, if you get -- heaven forbid a serious accident, you want to have that financial security. >> reporter: but former chair of the state gop tom del beccaro says republicans can and he believes will come up with something better. >> i think the republicans need to come forward with a plan that actually helps people and there's a variety of ways to do that through flat tax or health saves accounts. >> reporter: also health and human services secretary told me at the white house today that boosting enrollment numbers is not just about the president's legacy. >> one thing it is about is reducing the number of uninsured. we agree with that. whether that's through better unemployment rates we have seen, we have lower unemployment rates as a nation,
where people are getting coverage through their jobs or through the medicaid expansion. >> reporter: now, when the president announced this challenge to 20 cities back in november, it seemed like oakland city leaders were on board. da lin is out finding out what the city is doing to get people to sign up. >> reporter: oakland is still on board. in fact, the city really wants to win this obamacare challenge trying to guess as many people to sign up for healthcare as possible. they have a signup office inside city hall. it's empty inside right now simply not enough people signing up for health insurance. >> thought i'd be sitting in there filling out 1001 forms. instead i was in and out in 7 minutes. >> reporter: jennifer pimental signed up for health insurance today. she found out the hard way of not having insurance. >> it was a dog bite and i had to go into the emergency room
and i didn't have insurance. and i didn't thinking about following up the bill and it's in collections. >> reporter: she owes $4,000 in medical bills. insurance advisers say it's tough to sign up millennials. many can barely afford rent let alone health insurance. >> i think young people are just a little bit hard headed. they won't do it unless something is wrong. >> financial assistance is available for four out of the five people that are coming to us right now. >> reporter: oakland has a "covered california" signup off inside city hall. maybe schaaf says no one will be turned away. >> this is -- mayor schaaf says no one will be turned away. >> this is killing me. oakland is in 7th place. so we have to really step up our game in these last few days. >> reporter: the winner gets a presidential visit. but more importantly, bragging rights of a healthy city. >> i was going online but once i knew the city of oakland had this fantastic challenge with president obama, and president
obama please come to oakland, california, please come, we're doing it here in oakland. >> anybody out there? you don't have it? better come and get it before the republicans take it away from you. >> reporter: the deadline to sign up is this sunday january 31. if you don't sign up by that time you will have to pay a fine. there are extended hours at this office inside city hall from now to friday. 10:00 is the closing time and allen this saturday and sunday they close at midnight. >> that's some incentive. da lin in oakland, thanks so much. and ken, i must say when i asked the president about the, um, the incentive for local communities and that being a visit by the president, he thought if 134,000 people in the east bay in oakland sign up, that's pretty much incentive for those people to go ahead and get on board. >> absolutely. now, you know, he could have had a big national news conference in the press room there at the white house to get
this healthcare message out. maybe libby schaaf answered the question but why do you think he went local instead? he reached out to us. >> reporter: well, he said it very clearly. been there, done that, been on cnn. done the town hall meeting, he has done the national campaign. he wanted to focus on 20 local cities and in particular the 7 of us that came from local tv stations and again as you said, when you talked to toomey here in washington, we are the only bay area station invited. he that's that the gravitas of local news that someone like us here talking about this tonight is really going to hit home in the communities. he did what he could. now he wants to us do it. >> allen martin live at the white house, allen, thank you very much. do you or anyone you know play fantasy football? there has been talk of making that illegal here in california. new at 6:00 kpix 5's mike sugerman says for fantasy players, tonight there is some
good news. >> reporter: in football they call it a blitz. in gambling they call it a sure bet. here at the state capital in sacramento, what happened today. mark levine loves fantasy football. >> this season, i included my 9- year-old son in the management of my team. he named our team root beer float. >> reporter: they won their league. so why is he hearing this on the radio? >> because if assembly mark levine wants to vote no on fantasy football, maybe we should be voting no on mark levine. >> reporter: assembly member mark levine a marin did vote no on a bill today to legalize and regulate daily fantasy sports which is a multi-million dollar industry gaining popularity. fanduel and draftkings are the largest. >> fanduel definitely changed my sundays. it's made it a lot more interesting. >> every time we have legalized state gambling, lottery, tracks, casinos we have gone to the ballot and voters have approved it. >> reporter: no, no, no say the fantasy sports people. this is not gambling. it's a game of skill.
knowing how well pros will play on a certain day and today 64 of his assembly colleagues voted with the fantasy industry. levine was the only one voting against it. he voted against it this month in committee again the only no. >> they want to make money. and this legislation they are pushing through is the best legislation money can buy. >> reporter: the author of the bill adam gray of merced received a $5,000 donation from draftkings this week. radio spot against levine cost more than $20,000. >> this is the political equivalent of the decapitated horse head in the bed. >> reporter: she says it's aimed at attorney general kamala harris who could investigate if such a law is legal. harris is currently a candidate for the u.s. senate. >> what the fantasy football league are doing is warning her, do not impede what we are trying to do here. >> reporter: the spokesman for fantasy sports denies that.
daily fantasy sports have been ruled illegal in six states and the battle goes on in two dozen others. full disclosure, cbs is a big player in fantasy sports. the bill here now goes to the state senate. in sacramento, mike sugerman, kpix 5. taking a look at super bowl city in san francisco as you can see from our wonderful shot there up top the ferry building, it is shaping up at justin herman plaza at the foot of market street will be home to the interactive theme park and live concerts starting this weekend. this is a big high-profile event. tonight we are hearing from some city leaders about how they say they will keep everyone safe. kpix 5's phil matier ran the city's plan by our security analyst. phil, what did you find out? >> reporter: it was very interesting and i'd like to add on, you know, it's not just super bowl city. the whole neighborhood is vibrant. so we listen to the chief. let's hear what he had to say
and then we'll talk to our analyst. >> the police department will not only have the high uniform presence but there will be officers layered in that are not in uniform, will have an ear to the ground with again our regional information networks, dem, fbi. >> reporter: those were some of the security measures laid out today for super bowl city. but it was the security step that was not made public that grabbed our attention like for example the s.w.a.t. teams and police spotters that will be stationed on the rooftops and tall buildings for the week. >> they will use things for their advantage. metal detectors with several stations with bomb dogs and people walking around. >> reporter: european style s.w.a.t. teams armed with long guns patrolling the event. >> san franciscans haven't seen this. >> since the events in paris
and san bernardino have presented a great uncertainty. >> reporter: there will be boat patrols. possibly restricted airspace. still as jeff hart tells us, there's still work to be done. >> openings in the fence, there's a lot of people walking around. you have traffic, cars going around. these are all challenges that they try to deal with. >> reporter: then there's the area just outside the event like the ferry building. >> you have more security folks down there than you would normally but on a normal day it's a soft target. >> we are working closely with the fbi, northern california intelligence center, to measure anythingney potential threat. >> reporter: and so far the chief said there has been no evidence of a threat. interesting to note that today, however, commuters are going to start feeling the security pinch. they are going to be subjected to spot checks of their bags on the golden gate ferry. so be ready to be checked when
you commute tomorrow. in san francisco, phil matier, kpix 5. super bowl signs are popping up all over san francisco but one banner has a message that's not flying with the city. the enormous super bowl 50 verizon sign is pretty hard to miss. it spans more than 25 floors of 4 embarcadero. the city says it violated advertising laws and it has to come down immediately. >> statistically we have the equivalent here in san francisco of 18 super bowls every year. and if we make exceptions in the law for one event, you know, we are really opening the door to saying that it's okay for everybody to do this for every convention or every major event that comes to san francisco. and we simply can't do it. it's not within the power of the planning department or the city attorney or anybody else to simply overrule the will of voters. >> city attorney's office feels confident they will reach an agreement but if they can't the next legal step is to file a
temporary restraining order. our next super bowl special countdown to gold is coming up on saturday. we'll be live at super bowl city. we'll have coverage of the macy's fireworks as the bay bridge lights are turned back on. plus singer chris issak from the city stage. all saturday night at 7 p.m. here on your home for super bowl 50. one other bay area sports note. construction for the new golden state warriors arena in san francisco hasn't even begun yet but the building now has a name. the "chronicle" is reporting jpmorgan chase is paying millions of dollars for the naming rights for the new arena. the exact terms not released. chase center in mission bay is expected to be complete by the 2018-2019 season. still ahead, a new twist in a case of a missing south bay man. the new clue police have to go on and what's still not turned up. >> solar is supposed to save people money in the long run but coming up, the plan that
may turn people away instead. >> and many customers were shamed for using too muc water. one district may have gotten it all wrong. >> mainly clear skies over san francisco this evening after a spectacular sunset. it will be a chilly night. maybe wondering, when is the rain returning? i'll answer it. nice look at the bay lights. we'll have your forecast coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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bay man accused of killing his coworkers. a severed ear was found at a shop where they worked. kpix 5's devin fehely on the workplace fight that police think ended in a murder. devin. >> reporter: some gruesome details have emerged in this case. now, in stark contrast to his jailhouse interview this week where the suspect was very chatty eager to express his condolences to the victim's family and proclaiming his innocence, today a different demeanor and different story. shackled and wearing a red jail jump south murder suspect steve hlebo appeared briefly before a judge today to faces charges he killed his coworker kyle myrick. in court documents, police laid out their case against hlebo. investigators say they were called friday to the motorcycle shop in san jose where he worked after myrick mysteriously disappeared working on a project together. in a story detectives say they found a severed human ear lying in a pool of blood and blood
stains leading to the door. investigators believe that kyle's body was dragged from the store, then hidden in the back of hlebo's pickup and later dumped. >> he is my baby my only child. i really want him back. >> reporter: police haven't found kyle's body and on monday his mother made an emotional plea for the public's help. hours earlier his accused killer sat down for a jailhouse interview with me in which he claimed he was innocent. >> i feel that i'm being framed here and i know that sounds so cliche, but, um, the truth is, um, there's a lot going on behind the scenes. >> reporter: he said nothing in court today. while court documents spoke volumes about the case being built against him. now, a suspect -- the suspect will be back on court on february 16 and police continue to say that they need some help from the public a tip that will help them narrow the search area. in the meantime, the victim's family has been launching searches of their own. in san jose, devin fehely, kpix
5. a key vote tomorrow affecting anyone who switched to solar energy and those looking at solar. it could be losing a very key incentive. kpix 5's john ramos at new fees for going off the grid. >> reporter: let's face it most people get solar panels to save money. there's a practical reason the government has been helping them to pay for it. >> partially that's to help boost the technology and help them develop, come down and cost. >> reporter: in addition to rebates, solar owners are allowed to buy down their pg&e bills with the extra energy they generate. it's called net metering and it's the reason solar is considered a good deal. but there is an inconvenient truth about solar. the existing power grid that we all rely on is supported by our payments to the power companies. as more houses get solar
there's less money going to support the system. the large power companies say it's not fair or sustainable for only those without solar to pay the entire cost of the system. so they have asked the public utilities commission to impose fees on rooftop solar systems and clash the amount they have to pay for the energy. they say that would kill the growing market in california. >> the project would not pencil out and stop rooftop solar and hurt the industry. >> reporter: the puc is scheduled to vote on the matter tomorrow. but it has reportedly created its own plan that would impose a one-time connection fee of 75 to $150 and establishes a low rate for solar owners who use utility power. averaging about 5 bucks a month. the solar industry says they can live with that. the utilities say they need more. john ramos, kpix 5. >> tomorrow's final decision will cover pg&e, southern
california edison and san diego gas & electric. east bay m.u.d. is in hot water. they reported incorrect figures when outing its biggest water guzzling homes naming water wasters last year. now the water district is reevaluating the 4,000-plus customers it shamed. east bay m.u.d. released a statement acknowledging their mistake. not there yet but hopefully we get down the road here we won't have to worry about that kind of stuff anymore. we won't that impact with the drought. >> it could be nice to say no water restrictions. not there yet. but we can see the end game off in the distance. not there yet but we're working our way there. need more rain. need more mountain snowfall. i know it may inconvenience your plans and the super bowl stuff coming up next week but we are in desire of more rainfall. we'll talk about when it will arrive. today all about the warmth. highs today:
>> there is some rain off the far northern california coast an even if it doesn't rain here, we really want it to rain in far northern california where we have lake oroville and shasta lake. those are our state's two biggest reservoirs so please let it rain there and snow on the hilltops around there and they will get a lot of precipitation beginning friday. a high surf advisory is in effect. here we go again. pacifica 13 to 16-foot waves. the swells will be moderate to high. all coastal locations from tomorrow afternoon through friday afternoon a rough surf is returning after a five-day hiatus. ridge of high pressure has kept us drive for several days. storm track is slowly migrating to the south. as it does it will bring some rain with it. but notice the storms coming from the gulf of alaska which is typically a colder system but not as juicy. we want to tap into the tropics. that's the rain we got in december and january. this particular storm the 12th one of the month will not be that juicy. around here if we're lucky
we'll get about a quarter inch of rainfall. futurecast the rain begins tomorrow evening in mendocino county. as it works its way south less than a quarter inch of rainfall for you in san jose. quarter inch in san rafael. ukiah gets more than an inch but the majority of us just widespread scattered showers with our next rain event on friday. 60s tomorrow, fremont 64. livermore high 66 degrees tomorrow. friday scattered showers. dry day on saturday. but cooler down to the 50s for highs. sunday only the low to mid-50s for highs with more scattered showers. in the first half of next week we are mainly dry so we have gone from completely dry in the forecast to now just a little bit of rain. we need to up the ante and get back to where we were the past several months. as of now not that. >> might catch a break at the right time. >> there's a break next week would be a good time for this to be. >> i have heard there may be
unveiled a plan that has upt some of its neighbors. kpix 5 reporter joe vazquezn the battle involving bright lights and cheering fans. a bay area high school has unveiled a plan to upset neighbors. kpix 5's joe vazquez on the battle involving bright lights and cheering fans. >> reporter: could there soon be "friday night lights" for marin catholic high school athletes? the school has asked marin county planners to approve a new stadium lighting system with light poles 80 feet high. here's the artist's rendering. the school plans to play ten games a year under the lights but hold hundreds of practices. school administrators say bringing lights has actually more to do with practices than games. you see, soccer has moved to a winter schedule which means kids will be sharing the field a lot more and the sun goes down much sooner in the winter. >> once the soccer season moved
to the winter there's not daylight to play enough games and so on and so what it affects is the academic programs. kids have to get early dismissals to get out school to complete a schedule and many times they can't even finish a game because of the lights. >> reporter: marin catholic officials say the lights will be directed in towards the field so they don't expect it to spill over into the neighborhood. >> the sound all carries directly up the hill so you hear every word. >> reporter: ginger lives nearby. she says the loud p.a. system is the main concern k the school already leases the field to children's leagues on weekends. >> it's the volume. the lights will be shining down. right? so that's not the problem. it's just the idea of the constant noise level. >> reporter: in its application to the county the school says it will only allow marin catholic teams to use the field with lights. no outside groups. in greenbrae, joe vazquez, kpix 5. >> a public hearing about the marin catholic lights will be
held tonight. 7:30 at the college of marin. coming up in our next half- hour oakland on the hook for police encounter this ended with a man dead. new video of the struggle involving officers and only on 5, we talked to the man's sister. >> plus, five people arrested in a southern california jail break. but the inmates are still out there on the loose. who police did manage to round up.
allen martin oakland nee only on 5, at the white house president obama told our allen martin oakland needs to sign up more people for the affordable care act. the city is one of 20 being targeted because it is lagging behind in the number of participants. the issue of super bowl city was front and center today as the police chief outlined programs for the week including an increase in uniformed patrols, under covered and armed patrols with long rifles, bomb sniffling dogs and spotters up in tall buildings around the site like the ferry building.
today there was a vote to legalize fantasy games. mark levine says the games are gambling and the issue of legalization should be before the voters. he voted no. the bill now goes to the state senate. police body camera video shows a man pleading for help as oakland officers restrained him. he died shortly thereafter and now the city of oakland has agreed to pay a settlement. only on "5" the dead man's sister speaks to our juliette goodrich about what she saw that night. >> you are killing me. let me breathe. >> reporter: she recalled the day she watched her brother dying in the hands of police. >> they don't believe that my brother is dying and then he not breathe. >> reporter: this police body cam video obtained by the "contra costa times" shows officers ignoring 51-year-old
hernan's pleas for help. they continue to restrain him. >> i can't breathe. i can't breathe. ah! i can't breathe. >> reporter: you can hear hernan saying i can't breathe. they are killing me. his sister says she watched in horror that night helpless. >> they had opportunity to change what they were doing. and they didn't do anything. >> reporter: it was july 8, 2013, two in the morning when she called police. she heard noise in the highways thinking an intruder was trying to kill her brother. when police arrived they only found ana and hernan who was acting out. police arrested him when he wouldn't obey their commands. >> the very least they could have released the pressure from his diaphragm and back. that's what they are trained to do. >> reporter: she said he became
unconscious and when paramedics arrived it was too late. . >> it was irresponsible. >> reporter: they settled for $450,000 but she says it doesn't bring her brother back. the coroner found drugs in hernan's system and listed the cause of death as multiple intoxication with physical exertion. the police department and the city of oakland are not commenting on this settlement. but we did learn today that the officers listed in the lawsuit are still on duty. in oakland, juliette goodrich, kpix 5. as the bay area prepares to host the super bowl, district attorneys met today at sfo to discuss the fight against human trafficking. >> as much as we are focused on super bowl sunday, it's the other 364 days of the year that so concern us. this is not a game. it's no less than a rescue
mission. >> lawmakers urge residents to report human trafficking to law enforcement when they suspect it. a special used unit will join the team. k-9 unit ran drills to sniff out explosives. these dogs are trained to sit in front of suspicious bags. they will be patrolling several areas checking cars near levi's stadium. and screening visitors in super bowl city. the couple charged with the death of two children whose bodies were found in a redding storage unit have pleaded not guilty. tami joy huntsman and her 17- year-old boyfriend gonzalo curiel appeared in a salinas courtroom today charged with killing a 6-year-old boy and his 3-year-old sister and severely abusing a 9-year-old girl. huntsman could be sentenced to death if convicted. five people are under arrest in connection with the daring escape from a southern california prison. but the three who escaped are still on the loose. according to the orange county
sheriff's department, one person they nabbed today possibly threw a backpack full of tools over the jail yard fence. that's what allowed the convicts to saw their way to freedom. >> well, you know, it's every sheriff's nightmare. you never want to have an escape from any jail. they do happen. and we certainly don't want max number security prisoners who are a danger to the public to get out of your jail. >> the reward for information about the prisoners has gone up to $200,000. still ahead, how much would you pay to avoid going to the gas station? the new service getting you a fillup on demand. >> plus, answering the call for his community. meet the bay area man who has been lending an ear to people in crisis through the decades. we focus on helping our customers understand it
and be able to apply it in the best way possible. not only is it good for the environment, it's good for the businesses' bottom line. these are our neighbors. these are the people that we work with. that matters to me. i have three children that are going to grow up here and i want them to be able to enjoy all the things that i was able to enjoy.
220 points today, or 1.4%. that nasdaq was down 100 and the s&p 500 fell 20. big reason for today's declines was a cautious assessments from the federal reserve on the u.s. economy p it's concerned about negative effects from turbulence in the world economy. the fed kept a key interest raid unchanged. facebook stock is up $11 a share after hours thanks to strong earnings reports for the first time the menlo park company's quarterly revenue topping $5 billion. that beats expectations. its earnings more than doubled as well rising to a little over $1.5 billion. well, you ever get home after a long day at work to discover that your gas tank is empty? you forgot to fill up? wouldwouldn't it be nice if
someone would come to fill you up? there's several apps for that. we fuel launched in the bay area this week is one of a growing number of companies that will come to your place and fill you up for a fee. >> you just [ indiscernible ] we can read the tank level know exactly the position of the vehicle and we can open the fuel hatch so we can deliver the gasoline without the use of intervention. >> wow. he says the plug-in device is currently in beta testing but their app is up and running. we fuel charges $7.49 delivery fee plus the average price per gallon in your zip code. delivery is only available now in palo alto and menlo park but there are plans to expand. new rules to curb noisy frat parties at cal. what students will have to do before they throw a party. that story at bay area nightbeat; come join us at 10:00 on our sister station, kbcw 44/cable 12. radar is clear for a fourth
straight day. kpix 5 hi-def doppler looking for rain coming up dry no clouds out there today, as well. rain does return. coming up we'll talk about two different weather systems heading our way and which one will give us more rainfall and the timing on each. that's next. and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up super bowl-bound quarterback cam newton speaks his i want my. >> i'm african-american quarterback that may scare a lot of people. >> what scares lebron james? how about his wife? >> i'm a smart man. smart man. >> and the bay area man who wants to pay tim lincecum's contract to keep him in san francisco. those stories straight ahead. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
in san francisco, there's a hotline where someone is rey and willing to listen. allen martin introduces us to one when there is a crisis in the middle of the night who are you going to call? in san francisco there's a hotline with someone ready and willing to listen. allen martin introduces to us a counselor who has been
answering calls for nearly half a century. >> this is gordon. >> reporter: there's something urged know about gordon schaeffer. >> i'm a day person. i do not function at night. >> hello? night ministry. >> reporter: which might seem odd considering gordon volunteers answering san francisco's night ministry crisis line from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. >> to be available to people in the middle of the night when the crises come, when the night closes in, when you feel like there's nobody who cares. your presence is really helpful even though -- >> reporter: gordon heard that story in 1967 and he has been a night ministry crisis counselor for 48 of the hotline's 51 years. >> that takes a lot of inner strength. >> reporter: the night ministry says it's mission is to be the presence. church in the city at night. the phone line is answered 7 nights a week and when a caller
says they need a minister one is sent. >> if someone calls and wants to have a face-to-face conversation, our crisis line counselor can page the night minister and we can arrange to meet someone. >> reporter: gordon says he has seen the city change over the decades from the late 60s. >> summer of love when people would come into town an think, well, i can just crash anywhere. night ministry? do you have a room for me? no, we don't. >> reporter: to the aids crisis. >> people were so desperate not knowing what was happening other than their friends were dying left and right. >> reporter: in its 51 years the night ministry has operated out of three different locations. the latest being this small office in the middle of the city. as gordon says, it's pretty tough to find free rent in san francisco. why did gordon do it? he says it's an important part of his being a christian. >> there's a lot of loneliness in the city. >> reporter: but at 17 years old, how long will he keep answering the calls? >> i figure i'm going to do this until i can't do it any
more because crisis doesn't go away. just being there. >> reporter: so for providing comfort and a listening ear to san franciscans in crisis, this week's jefferson award in the bay area goes to gordon schaeffer. allen martin, kpix 5. >> the night ministry is always looking for volunteers and donations. to find out how you can help and get the crisis line phone number, go to our website, cbssf.com/hero. nominate your own local hero for a jefferson award. awesome. thank you, gordon and for everybody who volunteers for that awesome ministry. 50s and 60s outside. pittsburg 70. 70 degrees with sunshine in january. santa rosa 60. bay lights looking excellent as they get ready for the big saturday spectacular the relaunch and fireworks, chris issak on stage. a lot of stuff going on. concord 59. watch the special saturday night right here on kpix 5 at 7
p.m. another storm system is far away taking time to get here. we'll begin to see a return of the snow to the sierra. bear valley about half a foot of snow this weekend and half dome coming up on 8" of snowfall. for us around here partly cloudy. each winter for the past four winters made hey reappearance this week. it sent it way to the north. that ridge is now leaving. that's good. the storm track is slowly returning. that's also good. but we have to see the sorts of our storms because not every storm is created equal and the next one that's moving through is the 12th of the month. we have had a lot this month coming from the north and west. we'll get rainfall but it's not tapping into the tropics. the rainfall totals will not be
that impressive. lake county and mendocino county much less in the bay area. rain north of san francisco through tomorrow morning. friday morning heavy rain and north of the golden gate. friday afternoon there's light precipitation scattered showers moving into san mateo county and santa cruz county and the santa clara valley. flying into san jose tomorrow which will be rain-free we are cloudier and dry for thursday. rain returns on friday. only some scattered showers though. no big storms. another round of light to moderate rain moves through over the weekend on sunday. san jose about 4 degrees cooler tomorrow. high of 65 degrees. mild in fremont. 64. pacifica 58. high surf advisory on the coast tomorrow. upper 50s berkeley sausalito
warriors host tonight.. cur didn't play in that first g, warriors had a pr warriors have lost four games all season one of them against the dallas mavericks who the warriors host tonight. curry didn't play in the first game so the warriors had a good excuse. tonight it's the mavs that will sit two players including dirk nowitski. >> i would too if i was him. [ inaudible ] >> dirk looked fine last night when he knocked down the winning shot against the lakers and afterwards the mavs head coach rick carlisle wanted to enjoy the win instead of looking ahead to playing the champs. >> what's the challenge going to be like tomorrow? i'm not thinking about that
yet. trying to ruin my night? >> the warriors win over the spurs on monday night the highest rated game ever for nba tv. however not everybody watched from start to finish. lebron james changed the channel after the 1st quarter but insists it had nothing to do with the lop side the score. >> my wife runs the house. and my daughter was asleep so she run the house because she was asleep and my mom was there so i got our rules. >> that was about beg a good husband. >> it's about being smart. [ laughter ] >> i'm a smart man. [ laughter ] >> i'm a smart man. >> happy wife, happy life. >> right. i would have got life if i watched the rest of the spurs. [ laughter ] >> monday night's loss was only the beginning of a rough week for spurs head coach gregg popovich. would you like to coach the all star game? >> no comment. [ laughter ] >> kerr's return means that popovich has to coach the west
in the all star game. there was speculation the league would take luke walton but now that curry is back the warriors's staff was ruled ineligible because they did it last year. panthers quarterback cam newton already has an impressive resume'. he won a national title at auburn, the heisman trophy and was the number one overall pick in 2011. this season, he will add an nfl mvp, possibly a super bowl ring. despite all the success newton still has plenty of critics for his on field demeanor. >> why do you think you have become more of a lightning rod than other athletes? >> um, i think it's a trick question because if i answer it truthfully, it's gonna be oh, he is this, that, he is -- i'm gonna say it any way. i don't think people have seen, you know, what i am or what i'm trying to do and i said that prior to me being in this situation but when i said it then, oh, he is immature, he is
this, that. i'm a african-american quarterback that may scare a lot of people because they haven't seen nothing that they can compare me to. tim lincecum is the most popular picture in san francisco giants history. hands down. but now his pitching career is in limbo. he is a free agent. he is scheduled to have throwing sessions next month to show teams that he is still healthy and can still throw but not everybody is ready to see him move on from san francisco. tom anderson a giants fan and the founder of myspace who sold the company for $35 million tweeted, can we keep lincecum if i pay for it? >> good night, that is a huge fish! >> our catch of the day goes to mike and lee smith who pulled in this 152-pound bluefin tuna in cape cod. actually, lee is the one who brought it n mike just wanted to be getting in the picture. this is the true story according to mike. they ate the fresh belly right
out of the fish. >> ugh. >> hope you're enjoying dinner. >> we do that with ahi tuna. >> he went "revenant. >> think you can do better? send us your catch of the day at email@example.com. >> i'm so shocked that lebron james only has one tv in the house. >> the family that stays together watches tv together apparently. >> there you go. >> for news throughout the evening the latest is always on our website, cbssf.com. getting choked up. captions by: caption colorado firstname.lastname@example.org >> join us for nightbeat at 10 and here at 11. 8! whoo! i mean, whoo.
announcer: it's time to play "family feud." give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: how y'all? how's everybody? i appreciate you, folks. thank y'all. thank you, everybody. well, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man steve harvey. got a good one for you today. returning for their second day, already with a total of $20,000, from dallas, texas, it's the dodge family. and from college park, maryland, it's the bullock family. everybody's here trying to win theyself a lot of cash and the possibility of driving out of here in a brand-new, state-of-the-art ford edge.
give me marcus. give me stan. all right, guys, we got the top 8 answers on the board. we asked 100 married men. name something your wife has that's bigger than yours. marcus. marcus: a closet. steve: closet. stan. stan: clothes selection. steve: clothes selection. pass or play? marcus: we're gonna play, steve. steve: they gonna play. let's go. and-rea. andrea: an-drea. steve: an-drea? 100 m-married men. name something your wife has that's bigger than yours. andrea: breasts, steve. steve: yeah. i hope so. breasts.